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The Video Game Theory Reader

Editor: Mark J. P. Wolf, Bernard Perron
Publisher: New York: Routledge, 2003
Review Published: March 2006

 REVIEW 1: Jason Rhody
 AUTHOR RESPONSE: Mark J. P. Wolf
 AUTHOR RESPONSE: Bernard Perron

We certainly did not come to terms yet, far from there. As in any discipline, especially early on, the theory in our field might be seen as a mixed-motive game, as much a collaboration than a competition. More than a "primer," the book remains one of the first sessions of this game of thinking. Then, as the review outlines with an acute perspicacity, "close playings" is certainly a key to our theoretical journey. Let's play!

Bernard Perron

<bernard.perron@umontreal.ca>

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